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TIIE GLOBE IS r ; CUSSED and DISCUSSED. '. KVIOENCE OF PKOSFKRITI. THF OLOBI 19 1 NEVER A TOMBSTONE. IT IS ALONK FOK EIYK MEN. VOL. IV. NO. H o. DURHAM, X. C, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 23, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS. AND BOUGHT SOME OF HIS FINE EXTRACTS WHICH HE IS SELLING PER CENT BELOW REGULAR SELLING PRICES ? ,luui m inriri urn ii wmm i ,tm, r- --.p- HAE YOTJ BEEN DOWN TO FISHER'S ffiP TWENTY ye?i and they are the best on C. II. COXRAD KILLED He does Out on the Car and Doubt less Steps Off. A (ientlciuaii Well Known to .Many Durham People A bUDDEN AND DISTRESSING DEATH PmW- Who Come ami Go Brief Brevi ties of Interest to All Id-arlers of The Globe. Tii'.- news received here this morning! concerning the death oi C. U. Conrad, of Danville, caused considerable talk. Ir. Conrad's brother nt one time lived here. Tiie following di p il ii from R eh moml this afternoon gives the full par ticulars : Richmond, Va , June 23 Special j ('. II. Conrad left Danviile last night lor Richmond. His wife is now Iiere in a lelic:ite condition. This morning, a few minutes before T o'clock. Merchant Wei seger, of t!ii; place, saw Conrad sitting in a smoking room of tbe sleeper Mr. Vri('Lrcr went into the toilet room and remained there a few moment?, and upon his return missed Conrad. He thought nothing of it, however, and knew noth iiii,r about the death until alter his arrival in Richmond. It is presumed that Con rad went on the rear platform to get fresh air, and the rapidly moving train :r ring around a curve threw him off. The train was late, making up time. The body was found a mile south of Amelia Court House, thirty eight miles from Richmond. Major Pattorj, Boyken, Dibrell, Pleas ants, and other well known Richmond men left at 12:40 for the scene of the ac cident. The remains are to be taken to Danville. Timhs. A hiter dispatch from T. D. Xeal to Capt. .1. S. Lockhart says that it was purely accidental. lie fell from the plat form of the train, his head striking a mile post, crushing his skull. Mr. Conrad was well known and very popular in Durham, where he had hosts of friends who sincerely mourn his cruel death. For the past eighteen months he bas heett more closely identifie I with North Carolina, having married Miss Keogb, of Greensboro, a daughter of Judge Thomas II. Keogh, and visited the Btateal freouent intervals. His liist wife Was Miss Holland, of Danville, and by Ihia marriage he had live children, all daughters, who survive him. He was be tween 35 and :S years of age, of big soul, generous nature and i enial manners 'here was not a more popular man in city of Danville, nor in the entire righi tobacco belt. With bit magnifi fortune he was foremost in all good Works, and will be greatly missed in the city whore he had long been a conspic uous figure. Tbe Spleen nH the ill humor you feel like venting uPn some offender, but the spleen near tomach, which supplies the proper tt"iount of blood to the stomach during tion. But both are affected by 'I'M liver. A torpid liver excites the un 'ill humor i and destroys the bod ; ' organ ; but an active liver, promoted i!mnons Liver Peculator, destroys piU humor) and excites the right action 'he digestive powers then no more PcP-i i, Constipation or Biliousness S'1U Mitts and Corsets. k. 8llk mitts. A splendid stock to select nun . I'l HUAJ1 O U 1 I L. 1 . .... . .. r r- I ne abrosa cigar, live ecu Is straight, " Fisher's. Try one if vou want -'suum smoke. And while I about my LIVE LOCAL LINKS. The Iy's Record of Current Event In the City and Vicinity. The Sabrosa cigar, five cents straight, at E. D. Fisher's. Try one if you want a delightful smoke. You do not have to be a judge of goods to appreciate the great values we are offering. Durham SurrLY Co. Wear "E. & W." collars and "mon arch" shirts if you want comfort. Dukfiam SurrLY Co. 1 The train was crowded to day with delegates returning from a meeting of the Grand Lodge of K. of P. held at Greensboro. Subscribers to Telephone Exchange will please add to their lists, telephone No. 7, Thomas L. MeClees, dealer in meats and fish. Barrister's men's hand made shoes, priees $5, $o.o0 and $6; ihey are really worth $1 a pair more at Durham SurrLY Co. One glance at our counters, with goods marked in plain figures, will con vince you that our reduction sale is gen uine and our prices very low. Durham SurrLY Co. The Jack Frost Ice Cream Freezer does its work quicker than any other machine. It saves ice. It saves time. It saves a mess. Just look at the ma chine. It is the greatest out. If vou do not think so, don't buy it. But see the machine first. The Bright Jewels of Main Street M. E. chuch, will hold a festival this eveuing at the Globe warehouse. Re freshments of all kinds will be served by the little girls, who will make it pleasant for all who attend. The warehouse should be crowded. Mrs. Bart Fuller, who was critically ill a short while back, is now able to travel and her friends hope much from the salt air and sea breezes about Old Point and Hampton Roads. A telegram from Weldon stated that she had stood the trip remarkably well. The Durham Buggy company has a limited number of buggies on hand which it will close out at a great reduc tion to wind up its affairs. Those in want of a bargain would do well to see Howcrton & Bro., who have the buggies for sale, or call on or address L. W. Wise or T. 15. Farthing. The big excursion which goes to Norfolk July 13, on its third annual'trip, will have one or two cars reserved for ladies and their fnends All who expect to take a trip to the seashore, and wish to go cheaply and comfortably, had bettei make Norfolk their objective point, for a visit of a day or two there will afford more delight and instruction than can possibly be obtained in any other ayor by the same expenditure of money. Fare for the round trip $2 50. A TERRIBLE MULE! A 3-MINUTE MULE RAISES THE VERY OLD MISCHIEF. Knocks a Train of Curs Oft' Ihe Track and Ppsets the Plans of a Half Hundred Well Meaning Citizens. M r. William Thompson, who very often reports for us and tells us things which did not happen, brings some startling news this trip. Mr. Thompson author izes us to use his name, to give the facts as they exist and to bet on what he says. And he savs that last night as the 5:35 train pulled into the R. & D. daypott, a mule with a paint brush tail, and belong ing to Colonel "Bog" Harris, a gentleman who resides in Chatham county, became frightened and ran into the locomotive. Mr. Thompson further says that the mule knocked the train off the track : tLat it tore up six feet of rails and, until Cap tain Hammatt violently threw himself in front of the mule, the cars kept rolling off Ibe track. Strange as it may appear, no one was injured, and Mr. Thompson harely es caped alive, lie tells us that he could not well have escaped dead. This may or may not he true. We shall await to morrow for a denial. this market. was there, I tried his Antonio Roig Cigars. They are the Extracts and Cigars. Come and try them yourself and be THREE OF THEM UP ! The Police Court Presented Some Scenes To-dav. One Tnss for Reing Drank Got It in His Precious Xeek. A WOMAN WAS TRIED FOR ASSAULT Another Gentleman Cussed Loudly in the Market Place and Shocked the Dear People Muchly. The police court this morning was a little more livelv than the day before. Mary Durham assault and battery, fined, $1 00. Nelson Bynum. who loudly swore at the market place, was fined $5.00. Whitt Taylor, drunk and disorderly was fined $"5.00. And so rolled another day away with these patticular rollers. To Cleanse the System Effectually yet gently, when costive or billious or when the blood is impure or sluggish, to permanently cure habitual constipation, to awaken the kidneys and liver to a healthy activity, without irrita ting or weakening them, to dispel head aches, colds or fevers, use Syrup of Figs. Are You Ooing Away? Trunks, bags, valises and umbrellas are all marked af. cheap prices for our reduction sale. Durham Supply Co. For Sale, A small safe, Herring patent, and a pair of Fairbank scales No. 5, portable. Cheap for cash. Apply to Wm. LirseoMR, Durham. Sunshine or Bain. One hundred natural handles gloria umbrellas the $1.25 kind for H.j cents at Durham Supply Co. PAINFUL ACCIDENT. Mrs. C eorge C. Willard Gets a Bone in Her Throat Yesterday. Mrs George C. Willard, of the Driver house had a painful accident yesterday which nrght Lave proved serious but for the skill of Dr. Arch Cheatham, who is fast becoming known in Durham as a surgeon of exceptional ability. While at breakfast yesterday morning Mrs. Willard, got a chicken bone lodged in her throat and for several hours suf fered greatly. Several physicians at tempted to relieve her but without suc cess. Dr. Cheatham w as finally called and did the business with his usual neatness and dispatch. And Mrs. Wil lard is now happy. Ladies' Oxford Ties and Slippers. We are not going to take them in our inventory if cheap prices will move them i quickly. Durham brrrLv lo. i The Sabrosa cigar, five cents straight, at E. D. Fisher's. Try one if you want a delightful smoke. The Falls of Niagara Are not in it with the great fall of prices on all summer clothing and negligee shirts at Dunn am Supply Co. lie Examined. All applicants for position as teacher in the Durham Graded school are re quired to be examined. Examination will be held at the superintendent's office Thursday July , for white schools: Friday July 7, for colored schools. E. W. Kennedy. Superintendent. YOU'RE AX EASY PREY, with vour flesh reduced below a healthy j oan.4arH fir i nsiin-.nti n a i l other S rof- : j uus nd ' ITT r.liral Discover v is especially valuable. If you're thinner than you ought to be. whether from wasting diseases, defective nutrition, or whatever causp. the "Dmooj erv " will surelv bring you up to the healtny standard. By restoring the D .rmal action or the deranged organs and functions, it arouses every natural source and means of nourin ment As a strength-restorer and fl-h-builder, nothing like this medicine is known to medical science. Filthy Cod Layer OU and all its disguised compounds cant compare Itsold on Mai. . That is. in everything that's claimed for it, if the 44 Discovery ever fails to benefit or cure, you have your money What offer could be mor businesa-likaf E. ID. FISHER, FLOUR ! Flour if?, or ought to be, made of Wheat. And this brings us to remember that the O.F.A.M.CD.FANCV PATENT HAS BEE? LATELY Reduced from $G.(X) to $5.50 per Barrel. i This is considered as jrood dour as can be made from wheat; and together with cheaper Hours and a fell Selected Stock -OF Family Groceries! Corn, Bran, Hay, Shipstun", Etc., can be found at the Alliance Store, which has i nice new deliv ery, a polite driver and attentive clerks. Come to see us. We will try to please you. MANAGER. Moil's Shoos! There is no contradiction in the fact, but it would be tedious to ex plain how we are selling standard $5.00 and $G.OO Shoes for Men at S3. 50 and $150, but we are. Can not do it forever. Therefore you had better heed now. Men's Oxford Ties go from 63.00 to 5-2.0O, and from $4.00 to $3.00. Tennis Shoes! Men's Tennis Oxfords, ventilating Russet and Dlack, at 80 cents pair, worth $1.00. Women's Tennis Oxfords, Venti lating Black ilusset and White, 75 cents, worth $1.00. Boys' Shoes! Boys' Fine Call' Welt Shoes at $2.25, former price 3.00. Toys' Russet Shoe3 SI. 00, former price $1.65. Misses' Shoes! Misses' Tan C.at Oxfords $1.10 and $1.25, formerly $1.25 and $1.5. Misses' Red Goat Shoes $1.00, formerly $1.50. J. W. Jones & Co. POWELL & CO. Are in the Lead ! GET THEIR PRICES ON GROCERIES QUEEN'S WARE, CROCKERY, GLASS WARE, SIID-ROOM SETS. AUTIFUL LINE OF TIN WATER SETS 1 We sell cheiijK r tlu.:. any other linn, a we MSU for cash nd bavc do bad debts to make y.u lay. (,.vi- u a .u :. A 1 goods delivered. Yours to ;!eas- . MAIN STREET. JI Ik k ft. best in town for 5 cents. That convinced. THE FALLS WARE NOT IN IT" Wit h in AT Great m DURHAM SUPPLY CO'S Mid-Summer Clearance Sale or Seasonable Dry Goods ! o- YOU TII OUR REDUCTION SALE IS UPGENUINE One glance at our counters, with goods marked in Plain Figures, will convince you that our prices arc very low. WE ARE GOING TO MOVE Every Dollar's worth of Surplus Stock by July 15, if Low Prices will do the work. SPECIAL SALE EVERY DAY. Durham Supply Co. the cheek fdrnitdre co. WILL SELL FOR NEXT 30 DAYS PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS AT NET COST FOR CASH This mean- from 25 to 331 per cent lower than you can Lr,,t the same goods elsewhere. BIG CUT IN The Best on Earth A Few of the Many Advantage the "JACK FROST" lias Over the Old Style Freezer! ECONOMY OE ICE! ECONOMY OE SALT! ECONOMY OE VIHJCI ECONOMY OK LABOR! It make the beat, quickt and (:b-H -t h-ert. You can lreew; your crernn in tM warm kitchen us 'jnii kly an in tnecold wii had or cellar. MmpUctty of construction, there being no w wfaeeL- or n arinn to t.r.-k .iriw't out of order, and no iron hoopo lOflet loose. Positive freedom from lanr of ni talic poisoning, there bdnj no metal Uairtnt. Tbe only bearing are on the tddea of the .Six'v r :n building, neally finished and wooden box. The machine is an ornament in the dining room, and you can make and aerve j . . ;;aied ice-cream or sherbet as quickly as you can a , Mtlt CQP of tea. It is impossible for tbe alt water . . . ...... . . i or l"e to lcaK or come in contact- miu m mut,M the opening of the cylinder is out side oi the box. and the machine is not muy or iloppy. It is a scientific machine, made on a scinjuiiic principle, utilizing every parti ! of cold produce-J by the chemical action of the salt on i he ice. All the cold painK out of the o mdtr mut neceArily paM through t re material accumulated on the cylinder ; where as, in the old style freezer, a large per cent of the cold radiate away from the cylinder and i- lost. C. D. WHITAKER. Agent. is what people are saying a. OK NIAGARA THE flOUI$T AT OTHER GOODS! The Blue Ridge Inn, ML AIRY, N. C.f la Mpplftli with th- fatnou Whits Sulphur Water I FOK K kTH AFTLT To S. W. WESTBROOK, PROPRIETOR. fll Prices ! I 'Hi